By Mary Kay Kleist

CHICAGO (CBS) — Tuesday is our last warm day with highs in the mid-70s, following a low of 64 as it turns cloudy on Monday night.

CBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist expects we will again break a record for the daytime high. The old record is 71 degrees.

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A powerful cold front will bring gusty winds all day ahead of the front. The National Weather Service may issue a wind advisory.

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The best storm threat is 4 to 8 p.m. as the front gets closer. There is a damaging wind threat at that time, and we can’t rule out an isolated tornado.

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Cold air rushes into our area behind the front for Veterans Day. The high for Wednesday is only 49.

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Mary Kay Kleist